They would so great, so easy to work with and the music simply beautiful! I’m so happy they were able to play for our special day! Thank you so much!
Amount of performers can start as a soloist, duo, trio or can be a full 4-6 piece group...*Additional members can include a percussionist, drummer, bass guitarist, singer, flamenco dancer(s), violinist or cello.*
We have performed at all types of events, from wedding to theaters to large outdoor concerts, and we always accommodate to the environment and setting. Wether you need us to blend into the background to give your event a certain exotic or classy atmosphere or you need us to start the rumba dance party, we will gladly adjust to your vision for the night!
We can also be hired separately as a solo guitarist for any type of private events. If your budget is small or you have a very intimate gathering, this can be a perfect match.
David Chiriboga is the principle guitarist. Hugo Salcedo forms the other half of the duo. However, on occasion, if one is already booked, they work with a few other guitarists on a regular basis, which form part of the larger group, with just as much professionalism and talent as they project.
*More detailed Bio*
DAVID CHIRIBOGA, a musician of Ecuadorian descent was born and raised in Chicago. David's style is based on Flamenco and Spanish Classical guitar. He has attended several workshops and private studies in Granada and Madrid-Spain to further the further his ability and knowledge of the flamenco guitar. Some of his teachers include Emilio Maya, Antonio Heredia, and Pansequito. He also received his degree in Music Performance at Northeastern University in Illinois, under the instruction of Dr. Brian Torosian.
Some of the groups David has performed with include The Guitars of Spain, Bandoleros, Guitarra Azul and El Payo. He also currently plays for the Ensemble Espanol Spanish Dance Company. David has had the opportunity to play in many major cities across the United States with the many ensembles he has worked with. With El Payo, he was invited to perform on the opening night of the U.S.A Flamenco Festival in 2004 and 2005 in Chicago, opening for Juan Carmona in 05'.